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U.S. House Letter Urges Investigations into Anticompetitive Conduct of Nurse Staffing Agencies

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In the U.S. House of Representatives, 196 members — including 25 members of the California congressional delegation — signed on to a bipartisan letter asking the White House to enlist the support of federal agencies to investigate reports of anticompetitive behavior from nurse staffing agencies.  

The members of the California congressional delegation who signed on include Reps. Speier (CA-14), Bass (CA-37), Swalwell (CA-15), Thompson (CA-5), LaMalfa (CA-1), Costa (CA-16), Aguilar (CA-31), Garamendi (CA-3), Lieu (CA-33), Roybal-Allard (CA-40), McNerney (CA-9), Napolitano (CA-32), Panetta (CA-20), Garcia (CA-25), Chu (CA-27), Gomez (CA-34), Peters (CA-52), Barragan (CA-44), Cardenas (CA-29), Harder (CA-10), Levin (CA-49), Sanchez (CA-38), Schiff (CA-28), Sherman (CA-30), and Valadao (CA-21). 

CHA thanks members for reaching out to their representatives on this important issue.